I am a Postgres-newbie and working on porting our code from Oracle to
Oracle has a nice package procedure (dbms_output.put_line) to display a
message in SQL*Plus, which can display a message to the user. I use this
a lot, to notify users of the progress being made during the execution
of a script.
Is there a way to do this with Postgres as well?
I have tried using 'RAISE NOTICE', but using this some extra lines are
printed on screen. Those extra lines mess up the screen and will confuse
the users. The extra lines shown are:
CONTEXT: SQL statement "SELECT migration_pkg.time_migration( $1 , $2
PL/pgSQL function "check_migration" line 34 at PERFORM
Any help would be appreciated,
Bart van Houdt
Syfact International B.V.
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